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Central Point Area Command Trooper Receives "Trooper of the Quarter" Award
Lieutenant Brian Powers
Oregon State Police - Central Point
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An Oregon State Trooper (OSP) assigned to the Central Point Area Command Office was recognized Thursday for his exceptional work when he was announced as the recipient of the "Trooper of the Quarter" award. The OSP Patrol Services Division honors an OSP Trooper from one of three regions each quarter of the calendar year. This award recognizes achievements for the first quarter of 2008.
TROOPER BRANDON BOICE, age 31, is a 7 1/2 year OSP veteran who has been assigned to the Central Point Area Command since joining the OSP in 2000.
"Trooper BOICE's passion for arresting the impaired driver is evident by his consistently high number of DUII arrests each year", said Lieutenant Brian Powers, Area Commander for the Central Point Patrol Office.
Lieutenant Powers specifically noted several examples of Trooper BOICE's dedication to transportation safety and his community during the quarter:
• Arrested 34 impaired drivers
• Served as a member of the OSP SWAT Team
• Served as a training office to several new recruits
Trooper BOICE is the second member of the Central Point Area Command to receive this award since its inception in 2002.
A list of past winners is available on the OSP web site.